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June 05, 1970 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-05

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W. German Reparations Reach $7.5 Billion

NEW YORK (JTA)—West Ger- for 1970 and pointed out that
many has paid out approximately Conference allocations were now
87,540,000,000 on material claims restricted to two special pro-
to individual Jews since the early grams: the Community Leader
1950s under the terms of the Ger- Fund conducted since 1954 and
man indemnification and restitu- the Hasidei Haumot program
tion laws and their amendments, established in 1963. This program
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president was created to help non-Jews
of the Conference on Jewish Mate. who, at the risk of their own
rial Claims Against Germany re- lives, were instrumental in sav-
ported here. ing Jewish lives in countries
occupied by the Nazis, and who
Dr. Goldmann, who is president
are now themselves in need of
of the World Jewish Congress,
assistance.
spoke at the annual meeting of
the Conference board of directors.
Officers elected by the board of
He noted that over 200,000 claims directors included Dr. Nahum
of individual Nazi victims continu- Goldmann, president; and Jacob
ed to await disposition. He under- Blaustein senior vice president.
scored that no sums of money,
Dr. Goldmann suggested on a
however vast, could ever compen- network television interview Sun-
sate Jewry for the ravages suffer- day that Israel should explore new
ed in the Nazi era, and that the political avenues to test the inten-
monies paid by the West German tions of the Arab states and their
government were applicable only Soviet mentor. Dr. Goldmann ap-
to the account of material losses peared on the NBC program,
suffered.
"hleet the Press."
Jacob Blaustein, senior vice
(He indicated that he does not
president, presented the budget believe it has been proven beyond

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Russia is determined at all costs
to maintain perpetual turmoil in
the Middle East. Dr. Goldmann
suggested that Moscow, beset with
problems in the Western Com-
munist camp and bitter relations
with Red China, may be prepared
privately to reach an accommoda-
tion in the Mid East.
(He repeated the concept of Is-
rael as a neutralized state, guar-
anteed by the world powers and un-
involved in world political strug-
gles. Such a state, freed from the
burden of fighting for its survival,
would be able to bring to fruition
the social, economic and cultural
ideals dreamed of by the Zionist
founding fathers, Dr. Goldmann

' NEW YORK—Rabbi Ira Eisen-
stein, president of the Jewish Re-
constructionist Foundation, and of
the recently established Recon-
structionist Rabbinical Col I e g e,
described the growth of the Re-
construtionist movement in Juda-
ism in his invitation to the forth-
coming annual cabinet meeting of

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An ambulance full of drugs
and food was prepared, two
nurses recruited, and the medi-
cal team was on its way. The
two nurses accompanying the
doctors were Daniella Danon, a
pediatrics nurse, and Rivka Fei-
gen, of internal medicine.

Dr. Rabinovitch said grief was
everywhere. "Some weeped. Others
threw themselves on the ground,
sobbing. Others sat, hands around
their heads."
The Shaare Zedek group, to com-
bat their own mounting emotions,

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plunged themselves into work.
They made the rounds of houses,
giving sedatives and tranquilizers
to those in need; they gave follow-
up treatment to the people injured
in the bus that overturned rushing
to the attack scene; they cared for
ill babies, unattended since the
attack; they treated a pregnant
woman whose child had died; they
gave intravenous fluids to people
who hadn't eaten or drunk all day.
At night, Rivka and Daniella
stayed on duty in the moshav's
Kupat Cholim office.
Saturday morning, they attend-

At noon, parents hearing about
the medical team's presence, be-
gan bringing sick babies to the
doctors for treatment. Afterward,
Daniella and Rivka together with
the moshav nurse made the rounds
of homes whose mothers were ill
or absent. They cleaned, prepared
food, and saw to it that the fam-
ilies were taken care of.
In the evening, when a Kupat
Cholim doctor arrived on the scene,
the Shaare Zedek group left
Avivim.

U.S. Tourism to Israel Up

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OMNI DOWN TOO WON'T
INIO) A NAIR WIND THAN

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ed a woman whose daughter
had been one of the children who
died. She showed signs of a
nervous breakdown. When her
condition didn't improve, they
took her by ambulance to Safad
Hospital.

the Federation of Reconstruction-
ist Congregations and Fellowships
in Evanston, Ill., Sunday and Mon-
day.

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Shaare Zedek MD Team Ministers
to Grief-Stricken Kin of Bus Victims

JERUSALEM—A medical team
from Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem spent 24 hours at Mos-
hav Avivim where they went to
care for the shocked, exhausted
families of the children whose bus
was attacked May 22.
"With all medical facilities in
the area concentrating on the in-
jured, the moshav was left literal-
ly without medical facilities.
Dr. Mariann Rabinovitch, intern-
ist, and biologist Dr. Arier Ron,
who do research together at Shaare
Zedek, heard about the bus attack
on the radio and offered to help.

Friday, June 5, 1970-5

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NEW YORK (JTA)—The Israel

tourist office here reported that
tourism from the United States to
Israel showed a 25.8 per cent in-
crease in the first third of 1970.
A total of 44,017 Americans visit-
ed Israel during the first four
months this year.

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